- Oct 12, 2009
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- New Jersey
- Political Leaning
- Libertarian - Right
Re-education efforts. That's a loaded and unfortunate word to use. Re-education brings up references to Soviet and Chinese 20th century camps where those who didn't agree with the new programs were enthusiastically urged to reconsider their views. We cannot have dissidents spreading misinformation around about Obama Care can we? :dohThe Weekly Standard said:BY Mary Katharine Ham
August 30, 2010 6:50 PM
Uncertain whether the last 18 months of dismal health-care speeches and rallies had entirely destroyed the myth of the Obama administration as gifted, uplifting message mavens, Kathleen Sebelius bravely ventured into the rhetorical orchards and brought forth this rotten fruit:
“Unfortunately, there still is a great deal of confusion about what is in [the reform law] and what isn’t,” Sebelius told ABC News Radio in an interview Monday.
“So, we have a lot of reeducation to do,” Sebelius said.
Cult of competence, I believe they were once called.
One is left wondering if this will be a standard PSA-style push or something more along the lines of a camp environment. This Healthcare.gov video offers a pretty clear look at the end result of reeducation efforts. Start studying, keep the eyes vacant, the accent regionally neutral, and the tone uniformly, creepily pleasant while repeating your Obama talking points, folks. LINK
Really --- how utterly ignorant, insensitive and stupid is Sebelius using such a loaded word - even by mistake? Faux pas? **** yeah. I have to give some credit though - they continue to try and sell crap to people who have clearly stated they do not like it and do not want it.
You won't find this one on MSNBC... :lamo